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Three points for the Blues

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Carlisle picked up a valuable three points in their relegation fight with a 2-0 victory away at Northampton Town last night.

After a goalless first half, Jason Kennedy put the Blues ahead when he slotted in Kyle Dempsey's pass.

Dempsey soon doubled the advantage heading home from David Amoo's cross.

Northampton's best chances saw James Gray's header saved by Dan Hanford and Brendon Moloney firing over the bar.

The result saw Carlisle move three points clear of the relegation zone.

Carlisle travel to York for crucial League Two clash

Carlisle boss Keith Curle knows a win against York today would make all the difference to his side's chances of staying in the football league. Credit: PA

Carlisle United travel to York today for a crucial League Two clash.

The Blues are currently 21st in the table, just two points above the relegation zone.

York are one place above them in the table thanks to their superior goal difference but both teams have 36 points.

Kick-off is at 3pm.

Second Over 40’s football event

Participants at Sunday's event Credit: Cumberland FA

Cumberland FA hosted its second Over 40’s football event of the season at Maryport on Sunday.

Four teams from across the County participated in the two 50 minute games at Netherhall Community Sports Centre.

The first game saw Bush Wanderers FC draw with Westfield FC, with the game ending one-one. But Frizington Whitestar were victorious in the second, when they took on Howard Rangers FC.

Organisers said the event was intended to be fun.

“All of the games were played in a competitive but fair manner with the emphasis very much on all players enjoying playing the game that they love and enjoy”.

– Paul Jennings, Football Development Officer

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Under 15 girl's football festival showed 'real talents'

Participants of last week's festival Credit: Dumfries and Galloway Council

Last week, the first inter-schools under 15 girl’s football festival was held at the Palmerston Arena.

The tournament was run by Dumfries and Galloway Council in partnership with Queen of the South women’s football club, and five schools took part.

Organisers claimed "real talents" were shown by some of the participants.

The council says further festivals and competitions are now being planned to encourage more girls to play football for their schools and local clubs.

Bringing Brunton Park to the Big Smoke

The London branch celebrated its 40th anniversary. Credit: CUFC London Supporters

The London branch of Carlisle United's Supporters club has celebrated its 40th anniversary.

At a dinner in London they had plenty of guests, including Keith Curle and Colin West from the club's management team, and Managing Director John Nixon.

You can see a selection of photos below:

Supporters had some special guests. Credit: CUFC London Supporters
Hit the Bar is one of the longest running fanzines in the country. Credit: CUFC London Supporters
Bringing Brunton Park to the Big Smoke. Credit: CUFC London Supporters
The London Branch celebrated with a special dinner. Credit: CUFC London Supporters
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